A US attorney who has been unmarried for five years has offered $5,000 to whoever can find her a husband.
Eve Tilley-Coulson, 35, a corporate litigation attorney from Los Angeles, told The Washington Post, “A while ago, I told my friends I’d pay them $5,000 if they introduced me to my husband.”
According to her, she is now extending the offer to anyone who can assist her in finding a husband.
“If you introduce me to my husband, and I marry him, I will give you $5,000, she said in a Tiktok video”
“I haven’t gone on any dates yet,” said Tilley-Couslon, adding that most of her intermediaries have been women who spotted her eye-popping proposal on social media. “But people are definitely motivated to help.”
“I’ve been single for about five years now, meeting people in person and on the apps,” she explained. “But since COVID, there’s been a weird shift in dating culture — guys don’t approach you in person, and most of the men on apps aren’t swiping to seriously date.
“So I feel like paying $5,000 for a husband who’s vouched for, meets my needs and is ready for a real relationship is totally worth it,” said Tilley-Coulson with a laugh.
She also explained that the payment will be made once the marriage is official.
“You get [the $5,000] as soon as the marriage certificate is signed,” said Tilley-Coulson in a subsequent TikTok clip featuring her non-nonsense friend Lara Bahr.
“He has to be eligible,” added Bahr, a lawyer. “That means he cannot be already married,” she continued. “This can’t be his second wife.”
Watch the video below: